LATEST NEWS

DJDS 6th Grader Publishes Novel

Jonas Rosenthal, a current 6th grader at Denver JDS, recently completed and published his first novel, A Scarlet Snow through Lulu.com. “A Scarlet Snow … is a truly rousing adventure that, at its’ heart, pays tribute to the surprisingly strong bonds of friendship that can be forged at a moment’s notice,” reports Jessica Demshar, a […]


Read More...


DJDS receives American flag flown in military combat

Denver JDS students, faculty, staff and parents present at the all-school Kabbalat Shabbat service on October 24 were reminded by Upper Division Head of School Bryan Hay how easy it is to take for granted the safety and freedom that we enjoy every day. “Today we have spent another day learning and teaching in this […]


Read More...


DenverJDS Voicemail System is Temporarily Down

We are working hard to resolve this problem and apologize for the inconvenience. In the meantime, please use email to communicate with faculty and staff. Admission inquiries should be directed to Shayna Friedman. Use the following links to reach our Administrative, Lower Division, and Upper Division teams.


Read More...


Students Learn Time Management & Self Advocacy

When the first bell rang in the Upper Division at Denver JDS on October 1, 2014, there were no teachers taking attendance or introducing lessons in the front of the classroom. Students weren’t listening quietly, and the atmosphere was anything but the lock-step environment many imagine – and expect – middle and high school to […]


Read More...


5th Graders Build Literal and Figurative Bridges

Collaboration — one of the 5 C’s in the Lower Division’s 21st Century Skills Initiative (the others are Creativity & Innovation, Communication, Critical Thinking/Problem Solving, and Communities of the World/Global Awareness) — is an incredibly important skill for our students to learn. Working together is something that tends not to come naturally to our children; […]


Read More...